Perhaps it won’t be long before everyone, critics included, looks at the “junk DNA” concept in the rear-view mirror.
Even compared to each other, the genomes of three cephalopods studied had been broken up and extensively reorganized.
Let’s briefly explore one of these crucial enzymes, topoisomerase II, which is the video’s specific focus.
This webinar will premiere a new molecular machine animation on the topoisomerase enzyme.
The cell packs two meters of DNA into a 10-micron nucleus. How? The machinery is as intelligently designed as the genome itself.